After reading From Dead to Worse, I feel as if Charlaine Harris is finished with the Southern Vampire Mysteries. If so, she’s doing so well, as volume seven is the most satisfying book of the series.
This is not a “happily ever after” book, but it isn’t an “oh my God what’s going to happen next,” either. I’m sure that more could be written about Sookie Stackhouse and her very interesting life, but Harris has a history of leaving series on a high note. The Aurora Teagarden and Shakespeare sequences felt a bit more “done” at the end, so maybe I’m wrong. I certainly don’t hold Ms. Harris’ confidences.
In any case, I hope that we’ll see more books by Harris before long. She’s a good author, and I enjoy her ideas.